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  • Low-caste Indians beaten up over suspected cow slaughter

    HYDERABAD: An angry mob in southern India attacked two low-caste cousins who they suspected of slaughtering a cow, police said Wednesday, the latest such attack by self-styled protectors of the animals...

    Mokati Elisha and Mokati Venkateshwar Rao from India's lowest Dalit caste were tied to a tree and beaten up on Monday by a mob of around 50 men when they were skinning a dead cow in a village in Andhra Pradesh state...

  • India-held Kashmir protests death of truck conductor over cow slaughter rumours

    SRINAGAR: Protesters in India-held Kashmir clashed with security forces during the funeral a Muslim conductor who was attacked 10 days ago over cow slaughter rumours, Times of India reported on Monday...

    Cufew-like restrictions imposed across the Valley after pro-liberation leaders called for a shutdown over death of Zahid, a truck conductor who was injured in a petrol bomb attack over rumours that he had slaughtered a cow...

  • British origin of cow slaughter in India

    How then did the converts, who constitute 80-90 per cent of the Muslim population, develop a taste for cow?Atal Bihari Vajpayee invited famous Gandhian scholar Dharampal to research the origins of cow slaughter in India...

    The title of the book gives the story away: The British Origin of Cow Slaughter in India...

  • India's top court says no to national ban on cow slaughter

    India's top court Friday rejected a petition seeking a nationwide ban on cow slaughter, a flash point issue for Hindus who consider the animal sacred...

    The Supreme Court dismissed an activist's proposal to prohibit the slaughter of cows across India, a measure that would have effectively banned beef consumption in the nation of 1...

  • Modi's home state of Gujarat greenlights life sentences for cow slaughter

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home state of Gujarat on Friday increased the punishment for cow slaughter from seven years to life imprisonment as Hindu hardliners push for tougher protections for the holy animal...

    Under the stiffened penalties passed by Gujarat's state assembly, anyone caught transporting cows for slaughter could also face up to 10 years in jail...

  • India nabs 4 after deadly violence over cow slaughter rumours

    Police in northern India have arrested four people for their alleged involvement in an attack on police over rumours of cow slaughter that left two people dead, including a police official...

    Read: India's top court tells government to stop cow vigilantesThe incident took place on Monday in the city of Bulandshahr in Uttar Pradesh state...

  • Six booked under Slaughter Act sent to jail

    The suspects, identified as Bala aka Sargon, Dildar, Akram, Qasim, Sarwar and Riaz, were arrested by the Tando Ghulam Ali police, who booked them under the Slaughter Act...

    The police said they travelled to Matli from Multan several years ago and used to buy weak and sick donkeys and other animals to slaughter them and sell their meat for a livelihood...

  • Cattle slaughter crackdown ripples through India’s leather industry

    AGRA: In the backstreets of Agra’s Muslim quarter, where shoes have been made for centuries, small-scale manufacturers are firing workers and families cutting back on spending as a government crackdown on cattle slaughter ripples through the community...

    The election of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi of the Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) three years ago has emboldened right-wing Hindu groups to push harder for...

  • India's top court stays controversial cattle slaughter ban

    India's top court on Tuesday stayed a nationwide ban imposed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government on the sale of cattle for slaughter that had provoked outcry in many states...

    The Supreme Court upheld a decision by a lower court staying the ban imposed in May, which prohibited the sale and purchase of cows ? an animal considered sacred for Hindus ? for slaughter...

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